|Booking From:||Tuesday, 25th October 2016|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 15th October 2017|
|Running Time:||2 hours 40 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Suitable for ages 6 and over.|
|Wed:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
Fantastic show and professional performed Well worth going to see
It won many Laurence Olivier Awards in 2012 in the following categories: Best New Musical, Best Actress in a Musical, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Set Design, Best Director, Best Theatre Choreographer and Best Sound Design.
• The musical has also been seen on Broadway, where it won numerous Tony Awards including Best Book of a Musical, whilst being nominated for others as well.
Absolutely amazing!! The best musical I have seen, the kids in it are extraordinary and the music and choreography are unbelievable. Definitely worth a trip, no matter how old you are, doesn't matter where you sit, the experience is just as magical.
Going to London tommorrow see matilda on Wednesday 25th may celabration my 65th birthday thank you hubby for surprise trip to London and can't wait to see this 14
BEST show i have ever seen the scenery was AMAZING I would love to go see it again!!!
Matilda the musical is amazing and Evie Hone is the best 9 year old actor
Brilliant show but definitely let down by the sound quality.
I can see this has been mentioned previously but it is still an issue.
The children were wonderful in Matilda, but the show was spoilt by the sound. In the louder numbers the singing could have been in any language, couldn't understand what they were singing about.
I saw Anna Louise Night and she was absolutely amazing you couldn't belive what a child aged 9-11 could do on a west end stage and I just thing the singing and dancing was fantastic a well worth show to go down to London and watch! I am looking forward to the next time I go in 2016
I saw the show last night (15/10/15) in a party of 10 for my sons' birthdays. The acting, singing and dancing were first class, and the star "Matilda, outstanding". The show was slightly impaired, however by the poor sound quality. At least twice, the actors' microphones were too low to be heard and the overall tinny sound and poor clarity meant that several of us could not hear clearly what was being spoken or sung. Such a shame, as we had previously seen the show on Broadway, and it was right up there among my favourite shows.
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